Sunday, November 12, 2017
2018 Book PR & Marketing Toolkit
7th Annual Edition For Authors & Publishers
I never thought I would be up to 2,650 posts on my blog. At the six-and-a-half-year-point, on November 12, 2017, I proudly reached my 1.35 millionth click. My true goal with this blog, aside from admittedly being a branding tool and lead generator, is to help people and to bring the book publishing community together. I really strive to offer you and all readers a dose of inspiration, information, and ideas that challenge the norm, pay homage to the past, and creatively launch a new path towards a strong future for books, literacy, the First Amendment, printed books, physical bookstores, and great writing. Here are my year’s 28 best blog posts and last year’s annual toolkit. Enjoy, practice what you read, and please give back by sharing this with others.
16 Ways To Greatly Increase Your Book Sales
The Book Marketing 103: Great Free Resources!
12 Keys Ways Authors Can Land Big Media Hits
How Do Authors Develop Their Tagline?
An Author Book Marketer Ethical Code To Live By
Which Of These 6 Reasons Inspire You To Write Books?
10 Ways To Approach Book Publicity
Finding The Right Book Marketing Strategy
Here’s A Digital Media Kit For Authors
Exclusive Author Media Training Video
Build A Great author Website In 16 Steps
What Does It Really Take To Hit A Best-Seller List?
10 Lessons For Authors-Turned-Bloggers
Overcoming Your Book Marketer’s Block
12 Major Threats To Free Speech
Reading Without Walls Breaks Down Barriers
Top 10 Legal Issues Confronting Authors
22 Reasons Why Writers Pursue PR For Their Books
All Writers Matter!
How Important Is The Printed Book?
Why Writers Must Master Idioms
What Should Author Blogs Say?
The Networking Way Of Book Marketing
The Best Author-Publisher-Publishing Pro Interviews Of The Year
Authors & Publishers Love The 2017 Book PR & Marketing Toolkit
Here Are Big Book Marketing Lessons From My All-Time Top 10 Blog Posts
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